A Vine wedding proposal has gone viral after Los Angeles resident Curt Buthman proposed to girlfriend Marsha Collier.
In his tweet, Curt wrote: “I love you! #WillYouMarryMe <3 #custserv”
While proposing in 140 characters or less is nothing new, the message was accompanied by a Vine video.
The entire proposal went down on May 28, 2013, and, as you might expect, Marsha said yes!
So why would Buthman use the hashtag #custserv? It turns out his girlfriend created that hashtag in 2009, and it has since become a popular Twitter chat.
After viewing the message Collier tells HuffPost:
“I was trying to run the #custserv chat and then my mind totally froze.”
Her mind only froze for a few moments before she quickly tweeted the following message:
— Marsha Collier (@MarshaCollier) May 29, 2013
We know you want to see the final product so here’s Curt Buthman’s Vine wedding proposal:
— Curt Buthman (@curtbuthman) May 29, 2013
So is this the new medium for wedding proposals? I mean, we meet people online to date, we chat online with our significant others, why not outsource our proposals as well. Okay maybe that’s taking it a bit too far on a mass scale. On the other hand, the happy couple did receive a great reception to the proposal.
Here are a few responses that popped up after Marsha Collier said yes:
— LoriMoreno (@LoriMoreno) May 29, 2013
— Social✽Fly (@ABHuret) May 29, 2013
And one more:
— Caty Kobe (@catykobe) May 29, 2013
So what do you think about the Vine wedding proposal?